Jiudingshan International Hotel

Address: South Section Xiqiang Avenue,Fengyi Town, Maoxian, Sichuan, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on South Section Xiqiang Avenue,Fengyi Town, Maoxian.
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        • Restaurant


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service

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        Travel Blogs from Maoxian

        Woshipping The Sacred White Stone

        A travel blog entry by viviannepang on Oct 12, 2013

        52 photos

        ... statue with a white rock on it's top denoting their worshiping alter. The local people will not normally take photo with the white stone , showing their respect to their God.

        During the 1998 Sichuan Earthquake , one of the village here collapsed and disappears overnight underneath the opened earth and we can see a giant lake formed above it.It was calm , burying all the innocent soul underneath. It was a beautiful river lake too.Cows here have thick white or black fur.

        Endless herds & gorges

        A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on Jul 08, 2013

        19 photos

        Everyone in the group was awoken by the morning drills of the Chinese Army, who we were sharing our hotel, cum building site, cum barracks. This ensured that Artur and I got an early start, but not before he had further put my mind at ease by assuring me that he was amazed by last nights outburst. The meeting had only fortified his decision to avoid the other bikers. So we set off for what would be an amazing drive. First we would cross vast open plains, that resembled ...

        Pa shan!

        A travel blog entry by jbingham on Feb 16, 2013

        14 photos

        ... damn foreigners!). I practically let it all loose when I opened the bathroom and was reminded that it was also the chicken coop. They all started flapping, and it was pitch black, so I was scared shitless (ha!). I heard grandma let one more "What are you doing?" slip out, and finally responded that I needed the toilet. She then said, "Oh. Ok. I'll wait here." Not really sure why. Either way, I relieved myself, witnessed some chickens doing the same, and headed back ...

        Rice vs. Evil Spirits

        A travel blog entry by jbingham on Feb 16, 2013

        21 photos

        ... but oh well. She then brought me seeds, peanuts, tea, so much. I was hungry so I began to eat, but then was shortly cut off and presented with a 10+ dish dinner, which was amazingly delicious. We had some pig intestines stuffed with something (I don't care, it was awesome), veggies galore, and a surprising amount of different meats for a Chinese meal. Seems to me that rural folk eat more meat, in my experience. They tried their best to communicate with me, but they ...

        Bike Ride - Day 1. Chengdu to Pingle

        A travel blog entry by marshallmatters on Aug 23, 2007

        3 comments, 14 photos

        The full original itinerary of our trip can be found here: Western Sichuan 6-Day Bike Tour to Danba Day one of our bike ride. The night before Nic and I made the short walk from our hostel to the hotel where we would be spending the night and hopefully meeting the rest of the biking party. All we knew about them at this point was that they were three Americans and they would be arriving in Chengdu the night before the start of the ride. ...